Just because he was trained to sniff out bombs in war zones doesn't make this military dog any less of a companion.
The Diaz family adopted "Dino,"...
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The use of animals in war goes much farther back than WWI, and much farther forward too, and spans more species and places than we would expect.
From Lisa Rogak:
Military working dogs first gained widespread attention after people learned that a dog named Cairo participated in the SEAL Team ...
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